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On Sunday more than 35,000 people made it across the finish line of the London Marathon at The Mall in central London.
See the South London Press today and on Tuesday April 22, for our coverage.
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read on...CONCERNS over plans to build a multi-sports centre on “prized and treasured” parkland have been raised by Blackheath residents.
A LIFELONG Charlton fan whose daughter died from a rare form of cancer is hoping a gala evening at the football club’s ground will help her reach a £100,000 fundraising target. read on...
CIVIC groups in South London fed up with high-rise towers getting planning permission have taken their complaints to the Prime Minister. read on...
SEE Friday's South London Press for our three-page round-up of South Londoners taking part in the London Marathon. read on...
FORMER Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway has hailed the "miraculous" job done by his Selhurst Park successor Tony Pulis.
The Eagles's sealed Premier League survival with a 1-0 win at West Ham on Saturday - their fifth victory in a row.
And current Millwall boss Holloway, who led the Selhurst Park club to the top flight last May via the play-offs, said: "I helped Palace get to where they are now.
"But it is Tony who has performed miracles.
"I knew he could do it, which is why I suggested him. Well done to him and to them. I am delighted for them.
"All I am able to do is move on with my own job. It might be tough, but it is a wonderful job.
"Now I have left Palace, it is nothing to do with me any more.
"I don't know if Tony was chosen because of it being my suggestion. Who knows if the Palace board listened to me?
"But they have got the manager of the season. It can only be between S... read on
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AFC Wimbledon will hear on Monday whether they are to be hit with a points deduction over playing an ineligible player for one of their games.
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Sheffield Wednesday 2 Charlton 3
MARVIN Sordell's first senior hat-trick boosted Charlton's hopes of beating the Championship drop.
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A LABOURED performance by Ian Holloway's Lions meant they could not penetrate a desperate Doncaster rearguard and shared the points.
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